Gideon Khobane

Every South African fixture, starting with their opener against Pakistan on June 25, will be broadcast.

Where there are clashes with other games on the same day, SuperSport has endeavoured to accommodate both where possible.

“We’ve kept a close eye on the qualifiers and the Proteas women did a marvellous job of earning their place at the World Cup,” said Gideon Khobane, SuperSport’s chief executive. “The day-time scheduling makes it ideal for our viewers to watch, plus it will all be streamed for those at the office or on the move.”

Eight teams participate, playing each other once, with the top four sides from the league phase progressing to the semifinals with the final at Lord’s on July 23.

Live broadcast schedule:

24-Jun-17 England vs India 11:15 SS2 / SS2A 25-Jun-17 Pakistan vs SA 11:15 SS5 28-Jun-17 SA vs New Zealand 11:15 CSN / SS2 / SS2A 2-Jul-17 India vs Pakistan 11:15 SS2A 2-Jul-17 SA vs West Indies 11:15 SS2 3-Jul-17 India vs Pakistan 9:30 SS2 / SS6A 5-Jul-17 England vs SA 11:15 SS2 / SS6A 5-Jul-17 Sri Lanka vs India 11:15 SS7 / SS7A 8-Jul-17 South Africa vs India 11:15 SS12 9-Jul-17 England vs Australia 11:15 SS11 12-Jul-17 Australia vs India 11:15 SS12 / SS6A 12-Jul-17 Sri Lanka vs SA 11:15 SS2 15-Jul-17 SA vs Australia 11:15 SS11 18-Jul-17 Semi Final 1 11:15 SS2A / SS6 20-Jul-17 Semi Final 2 11:15 SS2 / SS6A 23-Jul-17 Final 11:15 SS2 / SS6A  

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